|Open Windows on killradio.org 100112 noise meets eastern mystical music|
The Ustad spins a case study to prove the link between noise music and eastern sacred music: Richard Ramirez (Love Earth Music)/Shah Jo Raag Fakirs/Amps for Christ/Temple Music of Kerala/hop-frog's drum jester devotional/music of the Omaha Indian tribe circa 1890s/Toru Takemitsu (Kwaidan soundtrack)/Zia Mohiuddun Daggar/etc....
Keywords: noise middle eastern music india
|Open Windows on killradio.org 100112 noise meets eastern mysticism - Ustad Morelock|
Open Windows on killradio.org 100112 noise meets eastern mysticism
Keywords: noise middle eastern music india pakistan
|Party from Damascus 9/15/11 - Erika, the Sultan's Favorite|
The only show in Chicagoland devoted to the music of the Middle East. Also, the "Bhangra Bonus" Indian music and events around town. On air for nine years and counting! Listen to WHPK 88.5 FM Thursdays from 6-7 PM CST to "Party from Damascus". A variety of contemporary Arab music, Chicago music events and guests. Pop music from Lebanon, radio hits from Egypt, traditional music from Syria, Khaleeji from the Gulf, rhaks sharkhi bellydance music - sounds of real life, music from every Middle Easter...
Keywords: middle eastern music; world music; radio; chicago
|Israeli Lebanese Peace Music radio show - various musicians|
THis is a one hour recording of a radio program produced for KBCS FM's Old Country program featuring Israeli & Lebanese songs devoted to peace. The show was conceived & broadcast during the 2006 war in Lebanon as a response to the violence & hatred generated by the conflict.
Keywords: Middle eastern music; israeli music; lebanese music; anti-war songs; khalife; alberstein; feyrouz
|Dung Mummy Radio on killradio.org 021413 Shams93 - The Ustad|
featuring Shams93 live performance The Ustad spins: Show theme song: Secret Chiefs 3 "The 4 (Great Ishraqi Sun)" from the album "Book of Horizons" (2004 Web of Mimicry) "Radio Morocco" cd from Sublime Frequencies SF007 Kenyan Songs and Strings from LP 1950-1952 Igor Amokian cassette from Timelapse label Tori Ensemble live from Meyer Auditorium Concert Series podcast Turgun Alimatov - "Nava" from the cd "The Silk Road: A Musical Caravan" (Various Artists, Smithsonian Folkways, 2001) Qurban Fakir ...
Keywords: maqam oud electronic doom drone metal middle eastern music korean jazz fusion
|Dung Mummy Radio 03 14 13 Saffron Parade Arabesque Band - The Ustad|
DMR 03 14 13 playlist Secret Chiefs 3 - "The Three" show theme song, from "Book Of Truth I - Book Of Horizons" cd (Web of Mimicry) http://www.discogs.com/Secret-Chiefs-3-Book-Of-Truth-I-Book-Of-Horizons/master/497047 Master Musicians of Jajouka "Habibi tsitini", "Talaha l'abadro alaina", "Hanging Out in Jajouka" from the cd "The Source" Saffron Parade Arabesque Band live performance Sheikh Ahmad Al-Tuni (Egypt) "Qulub Al Ashqine" from cd "Le Sultan De Tous Les Munshidin" Ensemble from Khor...
Keywords: middle eastern music maqam belly dancing sufi darbuka taxsim tim maloof safron parade
|Inner Jazz- Episode 1 - David Carlos Valdez|
Excerpts from Inner Jazz episode-1 featuring pioneering NYC guitarist David 'Fuze' Fiuczynski. David talks about his involvment with microtonal and middle-eastern music and plays examples.
Keywords: Jazz; guitar; middle-eastern music; microtonal; guitarist; music interview; instructional; screaming headless torsos; kif; jazz-punk
|Oxford Maqam - Eileen Cameron-Kirby|
Oxfordshire's recently-formed Anglo-Arab duo Maqam are already creating a sensation in the local area. Egyptian oudh-player Tariq Beshir is a key member of East/West fusionists Brickwork Lizards, while fiddler Giles Lewin is well known for his work with the Carnival Band, the Dufay Collective and Bellowhead. They played at Oxford Town Hall on Tuesday 26th January to an enthralled group of children from St Ebbe's Primary School...
Keywords: Oxford; maqam; Middle Eastern music; oudh; Tariq Beshir; Giles Lewin; 'Children of Gaza'; exhibition 2010; organizers Network of Oxford Women
|Insight: African Conference / Jeweler to the Stars / Omar Faruk Tekbilek|
Conference on Africa Experts on Africa - political leaders, researchers and journalists - are in town for a conference. The theme is race, religion and ethnic relations in Africa and the African diaspora. One of the speakers is Nii Akuetteh, an Africa analyst from Ghana who lives in the United States. His career includes being an editor at Foreign Policy Quarterly, serving as West Africa specialist at the George Soros Foundation...
Keywords: pirates; Insight; KXJZ; Somalia; Sacramento public radio; Captital Public Radio; jeweler; Michael Greene; Nii Akuetteh; diabetes fundraiser; Omar Faruk Tekbilek; Middle Eastern music; Sufi performer